Firas Palace Hotel
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... of popping up
unexpectedly and making your heart skip a beat as you walk past on a
Our neighbour came home early one night
in October from grocery shopping; instead of bringing back groceries
she came to our apartment with a kitten. Flick appeared to have been
in a house before. He was clean, not afraid of people, he knew how to
use a litter box and ran to the refrigerator every time it ...
... One of the drivers looked about 12 but none of us were game enough to ask how old he actually was. Either way it seemed like it did the jeep trips a fair bit. We stopped along the way to take photos of various rock formations and to have a look at a few springs. There was one place we stopped at that was used for the filming of Lawrence of Arabia. We stopped at one of the gorges that had cliffs about 50m high on either side. The bit that interested us the most ...
... wanderlust by writing my first blog post from the comfort of home. This year has unfolded a little differently. We're headed to the Middle East, on the trip I have been imagining for years - supposedly the epic trip to celebrate turning 40 - and things aren't going as planned. By the time this blog post reaches you, I will have landed in Amman, with the intent of whirling through this tiny kingdom of Jordan, before crossing into Israel and the ...
... excellent bread in their own oven. After lunch the schedule was for a tour of Amman but we visited the Citadel on day one and none of us felt much like more burning hot ruins so we decided to head back to the hotel. Our driver suggested a stop at his sister's home to get our hair done and have a chat with her. I must admit the idea of meeting a local woman was very appealing and getting our ratty hair done was a done deal. ...
... CNRP in the recent election, there is an internal separation and split between Sam Rainsy’s side and Kem Sokha’s. The main reason is that the two groups could not meet each other’s interest in the number of the seats in the National Assembly. Sam Rainsy’s team wanted to take more since in the previous election, SRP won 29 seats while HRP got only three. Before coming back to Cambodia while still living in ...